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Latest Well Met News
Well Met welcomes back the VIVIT Experience to Headingley Campus
Well Met, the conferencing office of Leeds Beckett University, welcomes the VIVIT Experience, an award-winning synthetic post-mortem event, on Saturday 3 November to the James Graham Building, Headingley Campus, Leeds.
Then, now and what the future holds for the NHS at Well Met
The NHS at 70 will the be topic of discussion at a conference for Leeds Community Healthcare professionals and the Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group Partnership on 15 October 2018. It will take place at Cloth Hall Court, the dedicated city centre conference venue of Well Met, the conferencing office of Leeds Becket University.
Get set for Segue and all things radio at Well Met
Segue, the national radio and audio fair, makes a welcome return to the city on 17th and 18th October. The two-day event will be sited at Leeds College of Music and Cloth Hall Court – Well Met’s dedicated conferencing venue at Leeds Beckett University’s city campus – bringing together a host of radio, audio and big industry names.
Annual Festival of Politics & International Relations 2018
please see the programme for free events open to the public
Politics & International Relations Festival 2018
The annual Festival of Politics & International Relations involves a programme of talks, debates, workshops and other events providing opportunities for argument and discussion on a range of social, political and economic issues – contemporary and historical, national and global.
Memory Remembering Remembrance
Second year student artists exploring the concept of memory for their studies on their BA (Hons) Theatre and Performance course.
Economic Networks in Football from elite to grassroots of the game
The seminar will explore applications of social network analysis in real life economic data and how the core principles of economic theory should be rejected as they fail to account for social relationships
PIR Seminar- Neoliberal political authority and the challenges of Brexit and Corbynism
Politics and International Relations, School of Social Sciences, Speaker: Dr Christopher Byrne
PsyCen Seminar: Development and feasibility of a toolkit to support mental capacity assessment
Speaker: Dr Mark Jayes, Research Fellow in Communication Disability, Manchester Metropolitan University